Saturday, November 17, 2007

The latest generation of finance-tracking isn't software for your PC, it's online and it's free - The Boston Globe

Another social software-as-a-service scenario... 

Here's what's even newer and fresher than Quicken 2008 or the "Plus" now affixed to the latest version of Microsoft Money: Web-based programs that promise to track all of your money faster, easier, and more productively - and for free.

    The new generation of online financial sites aims at folks who don't already have years of data invested in those desktop-based programs: Younger spenders who pass their days online and are trying to get a handle on where their money goes.

    The big three sites are Geezeo.com, Wesabe.com, and Mint.com, though others are coming along.

    The latest generation of finance-tracking isn't software for your PC, it's online and it's free - The Boston Globe

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